A Tale of Disputed Research Results Ends Badly | GenomeWeb

The sad and sobering tale of how allegedly fabricated results of research led by a Johns Hopkins University lab led to the suicide of a scientist in Taiwan,and the dismissal of the man who blew the whistle, are the focus of a feature in yesterday's Washington Post.

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